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" In this manner was the illegitimate birth of most impropriations. The lay patrons devoutly, and, as they thought, innocently, resigned their right of presentation to religious houses ; and they, by their interest and money, procured from the Popes an... "
Parochial Antiquities Attempted in the History of Ambrosden: Burcester, and ... - Page 438
by White Kennett - 1818 - 9 pages
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The History and Antiquities of Bicester, a Market Town in Oxfordshire ...

John Dunkin - 1816 - 156 pages
...nomine perpetui beneficii, K. p. 205. In this manner was the illegitimate birth of most appropriations ; the lay- patrons devoutly and, as they thought, innocently resigned their right of aJvouson to religious houses, who by their interest and money procured from the popes and bishops the...
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A Guide to the Architectural Antiquities in the Neighbourhood of Oxford

Oxfordshire architectural and historical society, John Henry Parker - 1846 - 398 pages
...Dods. rol. iii. p. 18. MS. vol. cvii. f. 144. Kennett, vol. i. • Kennett, voL ip 123, 4. p. 429. a trust to their own proper use ; so these holy brethren,...impropriations ; the lay patrons devoutly (and as they thought mnocently) resigned their right of presentations to religious houses, and they, by their interest and...
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Southey's Common-place Book, Volume 3

Robert Southey - 1850
...at first capeUanus, then vicarius, and at last cum/iw." 440. " In this manner was the illegiti mate birth of most impropriations. The lay patrons devoutly,...servant of theirs whom they should call a vicar." These houses were at first trusted with the presentation, on a charitable opinion that they would better...
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Southey's Common-place Book: Analytical readings

Robert Southey - 1850
...the retained assistant was called at first capettanus, then vicarius, and at last curatus." 440. " In this manner was the illegitimate birth of most...tithes to themselves, with an arbitrary portion, or a 308 36) poor settled reserve, to a servant of theirs whom they should call a vicar." These houses...
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Southey's Common-place Book: Special collections

Robert Southey - 1850
...vicarius, and at last curatos." 440. " In this manner was the illegitimate birth of most impropria! ions. The lay patrons devoutly, and, as they thought, innocently,...tithes to themselves, with an arbitrary portion, or л 368 3G9 poor settled reserve, to a servant of theirs whom they should call a vicar." These houses...
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The Early Ecclesiastical History of Dewsbury in the West-Riding of the ...

John Beswicke Greenwood - 1859 - 253 pages
...retained assistant was called at first capellanus, then vicarius, and at last curatus. — Ibid, p. 169. In this manner was the illegitimate birth of most...their interest and money, procured from the Popes an annexation of the tithes to themselves, with an arbitrary portion, or a poor settled reserve, to a...
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The early ecclesiastical history of Dewsbury. To which are added, with notes ...

John Beswicke Greenwood - 1859 - 80 pages
...retained assistant was called at first capdlanus, then vicarius, and at last curatus.—Ibid, p. 169. * In this manner was the illegitimate birth of most impropriations. The lay patrons devoutly—and, as they thought, innocently—resigned their right of presentation to religious houses...
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Southey's Common-place Book, Volume 3

Robert Southey - 1876
...they thougbt. innocently, resigned their right of presentation to religious houses ; and they, 1 ;• their interest and money, procured from the Popes...tithes to themselves, with an arbitrary portion, or 363 369 poor settled reserve, to a servant of theirs whom they should call a vicar." These houses...
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